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Jeremy Baumgart of Duluth stands under the elevated portion of I-35 in the graffitti graveyard near the area where he often would sleep when he was homeless. (Clint Austin/Duluth News Tribune)

Homeless seek warmth in hidden corners of Duluth

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DULUTH -- Jeremy Baumgart's tour begins downtown. Over by the Gateway Plaza sculpture that greets drivers as they get off Inter­state 35 is a wall and a row of pine trees providing cover from the snow and wind. There, he would lay down his sleeping bag.

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